Emmerdale’s Mark Charnock reveals a phony boss with poor spelling skills. Charnock, Mark

Mark Charnock, star of Emmerdale, chastised a phony “logistics manager” for pretending to be connected to him.

The 55-year-old Marlon Dingle star shared a screenshot of someone using his photo with a bio implying that person was close to Mark on Instagram in his most recent post.

“Sigh.” Once more, here we go,” he said.

“Please ignore if you happen to run into this man.” He has nothing at all to do with me, whatever he is. You would think that my “personal logistics manager” would correctly spell my name, after all.

After receiving feedback from fans and co-stars, Danny Miller (Aaron Dingle) commented, “So you don’t appreciate me as much as you claimed?”

“Ffs David ??‍♀️?,” Hollyoaks star Gemma Atkinson continued.

On the soap opera, Mark plays Marlon Dingle. (Image: ITV)

This follows Mark’s disclosure of his anxiety-overcoming strategy.

He said, “For me, the thought of riding a roller coaster would exacerbate my fear about heights.”

However, I believe that seeing a scary movie might help you get over your worries. Psychoanalysts, I believe, would probably argue that horror movies are beneficial in that they help release a lot of physiological demons. But in the comfort of your sitting room, you are acting out your worries.

On a rollercoaster, on the other hand, you are hurtling about at a very high speed on a very high object rather than in the security of your living room. I don’t think it will make you feel any less afraid. Therefore, in my opinion, it totally depends on the situation and the nature of your true fear.

“I participated in the Christmas singing program Britain Get Singing on ITV, where we sang as a group.” He said, “I’m not a vocalist, and even though I wasn’t singing alone, I was very, really anxious.”

You know what, though? It was an incredible process to go through. I had the wonderful support and kindness of six other Emmerdale cast members working with me. That must be comparable to Marlon’s experience of overcoming his driving trauma and finding solace in the company of others. My cast members provided me with incredible support, and at the end, I was practically begging to do it again. There was an incredible shift that took place over the course of 72 hours and was entirely due to the folks I worked with.

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